William J. Gault, Ph.D.

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2011 Developmental and Stem Cell Biology (DSCB) Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY 
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Developmental genetics/drosophila retina/planar polarity
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Marek Mlodzik grad student 2011 Mount Sinai
 (Role of Drosophila CK1 gamma, gilgamesh, in the Regulation of Vesicle Trafficking and Morphogenesis.)
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Koca Y, Housden BE, Gault WJ, et al. (2019) Notch signaling coordinates ommatidial rotation in the Drosophila eye via transcriptional regulation of the EGF-Receptor ligand Argos. Scientific Reports. 9: 18628
Gault WJ, Enyedi B, Niethammer P. (2014) Osmotic surveillance mediates rapid wound closure through nucleotide release. The Journal of Cell Biology. 207: 767-82
Weber U, Gault WJ, Olguin P, et al. (2012) Novel regulators of planar cell polarity: a genetic analysis in Drosophila. Genetics. 191: 145-62
Gault WJ, Olguin P, Weber U, et al. (2012) Drosophila CK1-γ, gilgamesh, controls PCP-mediated morphogenesis through regulation of vesicle trafficking. The Journal of Cell Biology. 196: 605-21
Mirkovic I, Gault WJ, Rahnama M, et al. (2011) Nemo kinase phosphorylates β-catenin to promote ommatidial rotation and connects core PCP factors to E-cadherin-β-catenin. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology. 18: 665-72
Simons M, Gault WJ, Gotthardt D, et al. (2009) Electrochemical cues regulate assembly of the Frizzled/Dishevelled complex at the plasma membrane during planar epithelial polarization. Nature Cell Biology. 11: 286-94
Oishi K, Zhang H, Gault WJ, et al. (2009) Phosphatase-defective LEOPARD syndrome mutations in PTPN11 gene have gain-of-function effects during Drosophila development. Human Molecular Genetics. 18: 193-201
Khalili K, Del Valle L, Muralidharan V, et al. (2003) Puralpha is essential for postnatal brain development and developmentally coupled cellular proliferation as revealed by genetic inactivation in the mouse. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 23: 6857-75
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